Your Pinterest profile should be built around attracting the type of person you want to view your content.
Find out how to make that possible in this episode of Graphics for Traffic in 60 Seconds.
Read It: Create a Pinterest profile for your business
This is Graphics for Traffic in 60 Seconds and in this episode, you’ll learn the right way to setup your Pinterest profile.
If you set your Pinterest profile up right, you’ll attract the right kind of followers.
You don’t want everyone and their mother to follow you, just the people that will be most likely to engage with your content.
What to include on your Pinterest profile
Use your profile display name and description to show off your niche as well as target the type of person who benefits most from your business or the information you share on your blog.
Your name should contain the main key phrase or keyword-rich tagline associated with your business.
Write an introduction statement that explains who you are, what you do, and who you help that you can use in your profile description.
All the public boards on your account should use keywords as names and contain relevant keywords in the descriptions for each board.
Don’t forget to set a category for each of your boards as well.
Pin only related content
The best way to make sure you attract the right kind of followers is to only pin content within your niche.
Keep everything else that doesn’t fit in secret or archived boards.0